Austria is a wonderful country for nature walks. The mountainous landscapes are all more grandiose than each other, but this time the hikers came across a somewhat lost intruder.
There is no shortage of hiking trails in Austrian nature. There are therefore many hikers who venture on these paths which are suitable for superb walks.
But a few days ago, the outing of a small group of walkers was greatly disrupted by the presence of a Alpina B3 right in the middle of the trail. In question, a 77-year-old motorist who is a little too dependent on his GPS.
The navigation app actually led him to this path in the middle of the mountains, where he got stuck between a cliff and a safety barrier.
Space being so tight, the poor man got stuck in his carunable to open his door.
Kern-Alman, who intends to get everywhere with his car. pic.twitter.com/zceR4NM37k
— Robbenklopperklopper-Manni (@bazookadiebombe) February 25, 2023
Luckily, The emergency services did not take long to arrive on the scene and free the driver. After a few tests, the latter turned out to be in good health despite the small panic following this incident.
He still got away a fine for failing to obey traffic signs prohibiting traffic in this area.
As for the Alpina B3, the poor thing suffered major damage when the emergency services pulled it out of this uncomfortable position. Repairs will be expensive.
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